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| May 27, 2020


Glock 23

At Least 17 Shot in Twelve Hours in Democrat-Controlled St. Louis
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Woman who told police she feared for her safety shoots, kills common-law husband in Galleria area
The woman told police she feared for her safety and the safety of her children.

Author: Chloe Alexander
HOUSTON — A man is dead after Houston police said he was shot and killed Sunday by his common-law wife.

This happened at about 12:35 p.m. in the 6300 block of Richmond Ave, which is near the Galleria area.

According to police, the woman said she was worried about her safety and the safety of her children so she shot the man.

The couple’s 2-year-old child was in the house at the time of the shooting along with a dog. Both the child and the dog were released to family members.

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Noma property owner shoots man who entered vacant house

By: Madeleine Pauker
A property owner shot a man who entered his vacant house Thursday night, according to the Santa Monica Police Department.

Two executors of an estate on the 400 block of 10th Street in the Noma neighborhood entered the home to prepare it for a sale when they encountered a man inside and shot him in the neck, said SMPD Lt. Joseph Cortez.

SMPD officers responded to the scene at 8:10 p.m. Thursday and transported the man to Ronald Reagan Medical Center in critical condition. Cortez said the man underwent surgery and is now in stable condition.

Details surrounding the shooting are still under investigation, Cortez said.

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Baltimore mutters under breath, kicks rock Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. Vows to do better, whatever that may be.

“Judges ought to remember that their office is jus dicere, and not jus dare; to interpret law, and not to make law, or give law.” –Francis Bacon, From “The Essays of Counsels, Civil and Moral

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  1. Roh-Dog says:

    G23?!
    I thought everyone agreed to relinquish/destroy any and all .40 S&W firearms and ammo because that metric cartridge with the many names now has the capability to bend the space-time continuum, thereby making physics irrelevant…or something.

  2. 5th/77th FA says:

    From the KHOU video; “…it got a little out of hand.” “…get her side of the story…” Ya think? Only gonna be her side of the story. His side? “He’s dead, Jim.” I’d give the cute little dog a home.

    Going into vacant/under construction houses and/or defending same can be risky…for both parties. So can being “under the influence” and/or “resisting arrest” by 4 officers. Is there a cell phone video of this one?

    Baltimore is a much safer place now that the issues of those ebil Johnny Reb Statues have been addressed. Now if someone could just do something about that Cross in the middle of the road. Then they could have true Peace…in their time?…With Honor?

    I rectum a 40 caliber plastic abomination is better than a 9 mm plastic abomination, but there is steel (c what I did) nothing like the Manliness of the Saintly works of JMB (Howitzer Be his name)

  3. 26Limabeans says:

    St. Louis…rope it off.

  4. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    The wife says she feared for her safety from her husband. But did the husband actually DO anything? Or was it all in wifey’s mind?

  5. I remember when the glock’s came into the US and all you heard from people was that it was made out of plastic and would not be detected going through an x-ray machine. These peeps didn’t know that the parts were made from steel.

    • rgr769 says:

      The only parts of Glocks that are polymer (plastic) are the frame and the magazine body. But both those parts have metal internals that will show up on an x-ray. So, as usual the media was lying to their viewers.

  6. Only Army Mom says:

    Chicago, that bastion of the Democrat party had 50 shot and 10 dead over the weekend. But the good Mayor’s policies against public gatherings was fully enforced with the police issuing more 300 dispersal orders each day over the weekend.

    In related news, we went to Grant Park to an “unofficial” memorial for the fallen, you know, the purpose of the day? We parked legally in front of a sign that said it was legal to park and paid the fee to park there, then were told by the police we had to move our cars because they were being towed. To their credit, the cops were disgusted and said if you did get towed, you’d win that fight…after you tried to find where they stuffed your car, paid a couple hundred in fees, etc. Because we felt bad for the cops who were less than thrilled and because the “gathering for the fallen” turned into a political thing, we just left. Also because we were practicing our 2nd Amendment right and that was a hassle we weren’t looking to take on.

    In other related news, some “famous” rapper led a protest in front of Chicago Police Headquarters over a guy refusing police orders to comply died in Minneapolis. Because, “the Black community is traumatized over the death of a Black Man at the hands of the police”.

    • UpNorth says:

      And yet, black folk never seem to be traumatized by the death of a black man, or black kid, or black men and black kids, at the hands of another black man or black kid. Strange how that works, is it not?